Replacement pallets promised after bonfire set alight
A controversial bonfire at Carrick's Prince Andrew Way was set alight earlier this morning (Tuesday).
Two appliances from Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service responded following a call at 4.35am to the site opposite a filling station.
A NIFRS spokesperson stated: “Firefighters dealt with a bonfire alight. The incident was dealt with at 5.25am.”
Meanwhile, construction was expected to get underway on a replacement bonfire ahead of the traditional Eleventh Night celebrations with loyalist communities vowing via social media to donate wooden pallets for the Carrick location.